As mentioned the Canadians required their Wasp MkII to be fitted with a single tank that was located along the back shelf of the carriers. This flame thrower was known as the Wasp MkIIc, where the “c”represents Canada. This arrangement allowed space for one or two more crew personnel in the right hand rear compartment behind the driver, as well as stowage on top of the pipework etc. in the opposite compartment behind the projector operator. The early MkIIc were fitted to stand Universal Carriers MKI* and MKII* whilst the later ones used a specially armoured MkII* that was fitted with smoke discharges on the front. This arrangement was also seen on the Wasp MKII